At the Dhyanapeetam ashram, Skanda Shasti Brahmotsav celebrations continued today with Lord Subramaniya being taken on a procession in his golden palanquin specially decorated for this occasion. Procession started at 6pm from Raja Sabha. At the Sri Nithyanandeshwara temple SUBRAMANIYA received the Divine spear from Devi Nithyanandeshwari and the procession returned...
Happy Diwali! Diwali is one of the most celebrated festivals of the Vedic tradition was celebrated in a grand way with lot of fun and entertainment. It is the day when Lord Krishna along with His consort Satyabama destroyed the demon called Narakasura – who tortured all noble and spiritual beings. It is also the day when Lord Rama came back to Ayodhya after an exile of 14 years.
The festival of Navratri celebrates the transition from words to silence, action to knowledge, from narrow mindedness to broad mindedness. Navratri is all about awakening the dormant divine consciousness in each one of us. At Dhyanapeetam Navaratri is celebrated with puja's homas and yagnas.